Synonyms for kremser_sc or Related words with kremser_sc

vöest_linz              wiener_sportclub              floridsdorfer_ac              wacker_innsbruck              linzer_ask              sk_sturm_graz              kapfenberger_sv              wacker_wien              simmeringer_sc              vfb_mödling              austria_wien              sk_rapid_wien              brigittenauer_ac              willfurth              swarovski_tirol              sk_vorwärts_steyr              vfb_admira_wacker_mödling              sk_admira_wien              fc_wacker_innsbruck              lask_linz              fc_kärnten              admira              flögel              fk_austria_wien              vse_sankt_pölten              grazer_ak              pasching              sw_bregenz              tirol_innsbruck              hanappi              krankl              skocik              hristic              dsv_leoben              kaburek              fc_lustenau              sv_stockerau              sturm_graz              seitl              mehsarosch              tsv_hartberg              körner_körner              rapid_wien_austria_wien              fc_admira_wacker              kranjcar              smistik              sv_ried              admira_wien              riegler_dienst              pregesbauer             



Examples of "kremser_sc"
He played for Rapid Wien, ESV Stadlau, FAC and Kremser SC.
Ivan Žiga (born 21 August 1972) is a Slovak footballer. He currently plays for Kremser SC in the 2. HNL.
Kirasitsch played as a goalkeeper for First Vienna FC, Kremser SC, VSE St. Pölten, SV Stockerau and SV Würmla.
Kremser SC is an Austrian association football club located in Krems, Austria. It currently plays in Austrian 2. Landesliga. The team's colors are white and black.
Daxbacher started his career at the ASV Statzendorf (close to St. Pölten) at the age of 15. After having played for Kremser SC for one season, he switched to FK Austria Wien in 1971. During the next 14 years he played about 400 national, and 40 international games for this team, as well as 6 games for the Austria national football team. In 1985, he switched to Kremser SC again (in the second highest division), where he ended his active career in 1986.
Felix Gasselich (born 21 December 1955) is an Austrian former footballer who played for Austria Wien, Ajax, LASK Linz, Wiener SC, Grazer AK, Kremser SC and SR Donaufeld Wien, as well as for the Austrian national side.
Kirasitsch managed in the Austrian lower divisions between 1999 and 2008. He managed two clubs which he featured for during his playing career - Kremser SC and SKN St. Pölten.
Mažeikis returned to the Soviet Top League with FC Lokomotiv Moscow the following season, appearing in 24 matches as the club finished in last place. After relegation, he left for Austrian side Kremser SC. He also had brief spells with Georgian side FC Antsi Tbilisi and Lithuanian side FK Panerys Vilnius.
He started his career at St. Pölten's youth team in 1991. After only one year,he moved to ASV Spratzern. In January 1997 he went on loan to Admira Wacker. Returned in June 1997. Still playing in SK Rapid Wien and Kremser SC.
Bustling young forward Dominik Starkl began his career at Kremser SC in Lower Austria. In 2006 Starkl spent a season at SC Getzersdorf's youth academy, before transferring to SKN St. Pölten where he spent four years. Starkl's performances and growing reputation attracted the attentions of Austria's most successful club, SK Rapid Vienna, who moved in to secure his signature in 2011.